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Multicultural Lectures - audio

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Multicultural lecturers at Reed College.

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Nov 30, 2009 damali ayo
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damali ayo is a Portland-based artist perhaps best known for her web-art-performance “rent-a-negro.com,” which explores the commodification of race and relationships between blacks and whites. “rent-a-negro” was featured in Salon.com, The Village Voice, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and Harper’s magazine, and on the BBC, ABC Australia, and NPR. A resident of Portland since 1997, ayo has exhibited her work in Portland, Seattle and New York. The Oregonian recently named her “One...
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Sep 12, 2007 Philip J. Deloria
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The distinguished historian Philip J. Deloria, son of Native American scholar and activist Vine Deloria Jr. (1933–2005), delivers the inaugural lecture. Philip Deloria (Ph.D., American Studies, Yale University), has chaired the program in American Culture at the University of Michigan, and is president-elect of the American Studies Association. He is author of Indians in Unexpected Places (University Press of Kansas, 2004) and Playing Indian (Yale University Press, 1998). Philip J. Deloria...